The Museum’s collection includes as many as 25,000 posters by great Polish poster designers such as Mieczysław Berman, Jan Białostocki, Szymon Bojko, Tadeusz Gronowski, Witold Chomicz, Roman Cieślewicz, Aleksander Felistak, Wiktor Górka, John Fabion, Józef Mroszczak, Jan Mucharski, Konstanty Maria Sopoćko, Stanisław Miedza Tomaszewski, Ignacy Witz, Marek Żuławski among others. Taking into consideration the history of Polish poster design, I definitely recommend visiting the museum, not only if you are a poster fan.
The Museum also hosts a Poster Biennale and has a rich educational programme for people of all ages and backgrounds. It has received many prizes, also for the project of the traditional Ernst Litfass column (traditional ad column), handed in by the Fachverband Ausenwerbung in Dusseldorf.
Until 1 March 2020 the exhibition will be about Polish national identity. “The exhibition Polish Identity presents almost 300 posters and various types of job printing items from the collections of the Poster Museum in Wilanow. These are supplemented by objects from the Museum of Independence Traditions in Lodz (10), the Polish Armed Forces Museum in Warsaw (2), the Historical Museum in Bielsko-Biala (1) and the private collections of Piotr Dąbrowski (9) and Waldemar Izdebski from the USA (32)” – you can read at their webpage.
Until March 1 the exhibition is about Polish National Identity.